This “sitting sandwich” is great picnic fare because it only gets better as it sits. Pack it at the bottom of the basket so any weight on top will compress it, making it easier to eat. A mojo-like sauce made with fresh lime juice, garlic, and lots of fresh oregano perks up the flavor of a classic Italian sub.
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This is really spicy Italian sandwich recipe.
Spectacular! This is perfect for day long road trips. I’ve made this several times. Sometimes I didn’t have all the meats such as the prosciutto or Soppressata. In those cases, I used more of the salami. A good artisan bread makes a big difference for keeping this sandwich neat and dry. If you use regular sandwich bread, the dressing will make it soggy fast. It won’t sit well wrapped. It’s still delicious thought.
Awesome! I made these for our RV trip to view the solar eclipse. Easy to prep and assemble and absolutely delicious!
I made this for a tailgate. It was wonderful! Everyone loved it. I will definitely make it again.
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